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Jan 02 2017 (HC)

K. Padmanathan Vs. The Superintendent of Police, Office of the Superin ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

(prayer: writ petition filed under article 226 of the constitution of india for issuance of a writ of mandamus directing the first respondent to consider the petitioner's representation dated 28.10.2015 and to issue the death benefits of the petitioner's brother kannan, special sub-inspector of police, who died on 14.10.2015 to the petitioner.) 1. this writ petition has been filed, seeking for issuance of a writ of writ of mandamus directing the first respondent to consider the petitioner's representation dated 28.10.2015 and to issue the death benefits of the petitioner's brother kannan, special sub-inspector of police, who died on 14.10.2015 to the petitioner. 2. mr. m. satheesh kumar, learned additional government pleader takes notice for the second respondent. by consent of both parties, the main writ petition is taken up for final disposal. 3. it is represented by both parties that before mediation centre attached to this bench, both the parties have entered into a settlement and the same has been recorded by the mediator. a mediation report along with memorandum of understanding was also submitted by the mediation centre before this court. 4. in view of the same, the writ petition is disposed of, in terms of the memorandum of undertaking arrived at between the parties. the memorandum of undertaking shall form part and parcel of the order. no costs.

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Dec 15 2016 (HC)

K. Kuppanna Gounder (Died) and Others Vs. R. Sivakami and Others

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... in the evidence of dw1 for not sending reply to the notice of the 1st respondent. the courts below ought to have seen that after issue of notice there was mediation through elders and the 1st respondent agreed for partition of 'a' schedule property only and agreed to receive 1/4th share in 'a' schedule property. the courts below failed to .....

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Dec 02 2016 (HC)

D.M. Venkateshwaran and Others Vs. M/s. Sri Ram Transport Finance Comp ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... learned counsel for the petitioners. 2. the learned counsel for the revision petitioners submits that the matter has been settled between the petitioners and respondents 1 and 2, through the mediation centre at district court, madurai and the report has been submitted before the judicial magistrate no.ii(ftc), madurai. 3. mr.c.ananth c.rajesh takes notice for the first ..... accordingly, these revisions are dismissed as infructuous. both the parties have requested before this court that if there is any non-compliance of the terms and conditions mentioned in the mediation report, liberty is granted to the parties concerned to take appropriate steps in accordance with law. consequently, connected miscellaneous petitions are dismissed. no costs.

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Nov 30 2016 (HC)

G. Krishnaveni Vs. A. Arumugam and Another

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... is directed to pay a sum of rs.15,000/- to the respondent and remaining rs.5,000/- to the credit of ''40 hours training programme'' conducted by tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre attached to this bench within a period of four weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. 6. at this stage, both the .....

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Nov 24 2016 (HC)

P.R. Damotharan Vs. P.R. Thiyagarajan

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... revision petitioner by the respondent towards cost and the remaining rs.5000/- shall be paid by the respondent herein to the 40 hours training programme conducted by the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre attached to this bench, within a period of three weeks from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. 6. with above observations, the civil .....

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Nov 22 2016 (HC)

K. Jeyaraj Vs. Daisy Mery

Court : Chennai Madurai

(prayer: appeal filed under section 173 of the motor vehicles act, against the judgment and decree dated 16.03.2006 passed in idop no.218 of 2004 on the file of the first additional district court, tirunelveli.) 1. it is represented by the counsels on both sides that the case had been settled before the mediation and conciliation centre on 29.01.2013. in view of the same, this civil miscellaneous appeal is dismissed. no costs.

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Nov 16 2016 (HC)

P. Balakrishnan Vs. Symala and Another

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... to transfer the maintenance case to the family court, tiruchirappalli for joint trial. 3. the learned counsel for the respondents would submit that the case may be referred to the mediation and conciliation centre. when the question is put to the learned counsel for the petitioner, she disagree with the proposal on the ground that on earlier occasion the very same ..... matter was referred to mediation and conciliation centre and there was no result on that. hence, this court is inclined not to accept the representation that the case should be referred to ..... mediation and conciliation centre as no purpose will be served in referring the matter to mediation and conciliation centre. 4. in the facts and circumstances of the case and the fact that the 1st respondent/wife had already filed .....

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Oct 20 2016 (HC)

Er.Shunmugaraj Vs. S. Chandramohan

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... . in view of the submission made by the learned counsel for the petitioner, without expressing any opinion on the merits of the matter and in view of the fact that mediation report has not been received by the trial court, it is not proper for this court to direct the trial court to dispose of the main suit within the time ..... on 5.4.2014. however, a perusal of the diary extract in the suit would show that the matter was referred to mediation centre for settlement between the parties, on the request of the plaintiff. thereafter, till 2.9.2016, mediation report was not received by the trial court. at this stage, the petitioner has filed the present civil revision petition before .....

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Sep 12 2016 (HC)

Selvarani Vs. Sundaresan

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... .10.2015 submitted by the petitioner in petition in h.m.o.p.no.18 of 2011, on the file of sub-judge, pudukkottai and refer the same to the mediation centre or lok adalat for reaching an amicable settlement between the petitioner and her husband.) 1. this revision has been filed seeking for a direction to the sub-court, pudukkottai ..... .10.2015 submitted by the petitioner in petition in h.m.o.p.no.18 of 2011, on the file of sub-judge, pudukkottai and refer the same to the mediation centre or lok adalat for reaching an amicable settlement between the petitioner and her husband. 2. pursuant to the order of this court by order dated 6.6.2016, the ..... matter has been referred to the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, madurai to explore the possibility of settlement between the parties. 3. by mediation report, dated 11.8.2016, the tamil nadu mediation and conciliation centre, madurai bench of madras high court, madurai has submitted before this court that the ..... mediation could not succeed. therefore the case is referred back to this court, for further adjudication. 4. in the light of the above said mediation report, nothing survives for adjudication in the civil revision petition and hence the same become infructuous. accordingly, the civil revision petition .....

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Sep 09 2016 (HC)

J. Thiruvenkataprabhu Vs. M. Latha

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... there cannot be any impediment for allowing the civil miscellaneous appeals. 4. learned counsel for the respondent would submit that in terms of clause(d) of the mediation report dated 01.09.2016, the respondent herein has already withdrawn the criminal compliant dated 22.09.2015 made in crime no.121/2015 on the file of the ..... drafts specified in column b for rs.16,00,000/- (rs.sixteen lakhs) today i.e.1.9.2016 from the appellant in the presence of the mediator and the counsels of the both parties. 3. learned counsel for the appellant would submit that since the matters are amicably resolved and the amount has already been ..... and utensils from the appellant and the appellant also received his jewels from the tespondent which was given at the time of marriage on 23.8.16 before the mediation centre attached to the district court campus, madurai. d) the respondent has agreed to withdraw the case in m.c.no.13 of 2015 on the file ..... the possibility of an amicable settlement/solution between the parties and accordingly, the matter was settled amicably between them on 01.09.2016. the relevant portion found in the mediation report, dated 01.09.2016, is usefully extracted below:- the appellant and the respondent have settled the matter amicably on the following terms and conditions:- a) the ..... .o.p.nos.18 and 19 of 2014 on the file of the judge, family court, madurai, dated 29.01.2016 stand set aside. the mediation report, dated 01.09.2016, shall form part of the record of this order. no costs. .....

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